• Five reasons to eat protein for weight loss

    Diets can leave you feeling low in energy, miserable and craving food. But shift your focus from cutting calories to eating more protein and you may find that you lose weight without going hungry. Here are five reasons why eating more protein

  • 45-year-old man halves body fat and transforms himself in just 12 weeks

    He hopes it'll inspire other guys his age to follow in his footsteps.

  • Gluten-free foods aren't as healthy as the real thing, nutrition experts warn

    Despite this, gluten-free diets remain popular even among those without Coeliac disease.

  • 6 signs you're not getting enough protein

    Protein is composed of small compounds called amino acids which are the building blocks of muscle mass. The other nine essential amino acids – so called because your body can’t synthesise them – you must get from food. Animal sources of protein (milk, yogurt, cheese, meat, poultry, fish, seafood and eggs) are considered “complete proteins”, meaning they contain all essential amino acids.

  • Six signs you're not eating enough protein

    Protein is an important component of a healthy, well rounded diet. But how can you tell if you're eating enough? Here are signs you might want to increase your intake. See also: Top foods to relieve migraines See also: Four ways to make

  • Eating eggs for breakfast ‘lowers the risk of having a stroke’

    Good news for eggs fans as a daily breakfast of the yolky stuff could reduce your chances of having a stroke. Scientists have studied more than 30 years of research and concluded that one egg a day can cut the chances of suffering a stroke by as much as 12%. Study principal Investigator Dr Dominik Alexander, said: “Eggs do have many positive nutritional attributes, including antioxidants, which have been shown to reduce oxidative stress and inflammation.

  • The gluten-free diet isn’t as healthy as you think it is

    While the gluten-free diet was once only considered a medical treatment, it’s now become a trendy lifestyle being endorsed as healthy and life-changing. The diet eliminates gluten, which can be found in grains like wheat, barley and rye. Doctors recommend the diet for people who are diagnosed with celiac disease - an illness in which the small intestine is hypersensitive to gluten.

  • 13 Of The Best Protein Treats That All Gym-Bunnies Need In Their Repertoire

    Sweet tooth? No worries – so have most of the rest of the population (including us). But you don’t have to scoff a calorific caramel shortcake from your local bakery to hit the sweet spot, nope, you can satisfy that craving with a protein treat instead. Whether it’s post-HIIT or first thing in the morning, these clean-eating goodies will make you wonder why you ever reached for the Cadbury’s… 1.